The 29-year-old actor, who was last seen in 'Nach Baliye' with his partner Sargun Mehta, has replaced the former host Mohit Malhotra from the show.
"'India's Dancing Superstar' is phenomenal show. I am very excited to be a part of it. I wanted to be an anchor since a very long time. After doing fiction for seven years, it is a refreshing change," Ravi said.
Having started his career with TV soaps including 'Saas Bina Sasural', '12/24 Karol Baug', Ravi feels that the transition from an actor to anchor was difficult as the new job requires spontaneity. "Most of this is not going to be scripted and it will need strong interpersonal skills to bring spontaneity on the show," he said.
Passionate about dance, he confesses that he is an ardent follower of dance reality shows and sometimes even practices certain steps. Recently, he impressed audience with his dancing skill on 'Nach Baliye' along with Sargun. He feels that sharing the stage with her has brought the couple closer.
"By working together in 'Nach Baliye' for three months, we have spent a lot of time together which has brought us really close," he added. Ravi is keen to work in more reality shows and soaps too. "Working in fiction has made my existence in the industry. I want to do more reality shows and If I could manage I will work in both. Currently, I am enjoying doing reality shows."